Huawei Nova 5 promises to be a very promising smartphone with a triple camera and battery with a quick charge option. Graphics of the case and casings have been added to the network, revealing a gradient-covered casework that you might like. But it’s not the look, it’s just one detail that attracts me the most.
In recent months, we have witnessed a real siege of Huawei mediums who have entered the market with Kirin 710 and a painfully standard specification. The common boredom can be interrupted by Huawei Nova 5, if the reports about it are confirmed in reality.
One of Damian’s earlier entries discussed the appearance and specification of the model, which was marked with SEA-AL10/TL10 numbers. The same model has just been certified by the 3C agency with an extremely fast charge of 40 W.
By some maniacs it can be considered a real rarity, which was initiated by Huawei Mate 20 Pro. The Chinese have speeded up the charging of the cable to the limit, which will be appreciated by everyone who has to hurry out of the house, and forgot to connect the phone to the electricity.
Huawei Nova 5 is to receive a cell with a capacity of 3500 mAh, which we can consider only average, but given the faster charging, the small size of the battery can be compensated for.
Few high-end smartphones exceed the 20W charging barrier and only top-of-the-line flagships have twice the technology – the latest Huawei P30 Pro, for example.
OnePlus 7 Pro (30 W) and Xiaomi Mi 9T (27 W) have come close to the 40 W limits, but some have even crossed them – the OPPO Find X Lamborghini version of the OPPO Find X offers up to 50 W of charging power.
Fast charging is a sign of the current batteries and a very useful feature, but it also has its disadvantages. Charging a lithium-ion battery with a higher current causes an increase in temperature, which accelerates the operation and reduces the capacity of the cell. After a long period of use, the battery may lose capacity a little faster, but it should take many months.